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Mr. La« fouche proceeded to the poll alone, and, after a dreadful contest with the Castle, in favour of Burton, was, with Sir Samuel Cooke, declared duly elected.
Itemy That no Lorde ne Gentilman be chardgid to goe to the Field in their proper Pcgrfons, but fouche as will go for the Deputie's Pleafur.
If any foo livered take Pledges of theime othirwif© than is above feyd, that for every Daye that the Huf - bandman or his Servaunts doe followe fouche as have the Pledges, that the Pledge-taker to pay twenty Pence a Daye to the faid Huibandman or his Servaunt, and to reftore the fame Pledge, and alfoo to forfeit to the De - puty twenty Shillings, toties quoties.